Seasons of Plenty

Seasons of Plenty In an attempt to escape the solar system renegade space jockey Tabitha Jute and her crew of escaped criminal psychopaths direct their planet sized starship toward the unexplored Proxima Centauri but

  • Title: Seasons of Plenty
  • Author: Colin Greenland
  • ISBN: 9780380774685
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback
  • In an attempt to escape the solar system, renegade space jockey Tabitha Jute and her crew of escaped criminal psychopaths direct their planet sized starship toward the unexplored Proxima Centauri, but they are targeted by a hijacker.

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    1. Where Take Back Plenty put readers in mind of a certain sub-genre of space opera films while also demonstrating exactly how to pull off space opera as a book genre, Seasons of Plenty mostly just spins its wheels trying to be a movie and disappointing.There's so much more noise in Seasons—from superfluous detail in otherwise necessary scenes to meaningless scenes to entirely useless whole plotlines—and all of it is gratuitously, often pretentiously unpleasant. While it's clear that that's a d [...]

    2. nwhytevejournal/1423160mlSeasons of Plenty has the massive spaceship Plenty, commandeered by Tabitha Jute at the end of the previous book, setting off for (with any luck) Proxima Centauri, loaded with many inhabitants of different communities and factions, and also endowed with a certain life of its own. Not a lot actually happens - there is a feeling of setting the scene for the third book, while just travelling from A to B. It's oddly reminiscent of A Hundred Years of Solitude, which I was rea [...]

    3. What a huge waste of time and what an unexpected disappointment. The first book on Tabita Jute was paced, breathless, messy but highly entertaining.'Seasons of Plenty' however is an absolutely pointless never-ending saga of drugs abuse, more drugs abuse and then some more drugs abuse; insanity on top of insanity layered on insanity; violence left, right and center; inventive and constant cruelty to humans, aliens and animals culminating in no visible 'moral of the story'; pain, murder and death [...]

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